There’s no telling which NFL superstar the Gators will produce next, but you’ll get a sneak peak with Florida football tickets available throughout the season. Surrounded by 90,000 of your closest friends, reserve your spot today and settle in for an unforgettable showdown at “The Swamp.”
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Though the Florida Gators lost in the Sugar Bowl to the Louisville Cardinals back in January, head coach Will Muschamp’s squad compiled an 11-2 record, and the Gators have renewed their BCS National Championship aspirations in 2013. Thankfully for Gator Nation, Muschamp’s roster has the skills to accomplish the program’s lofty goals. Florida is returning nine total starters, including sophomore QB Jeff Driskel, who started all but two games last year, as well as sophomore DB Loucheiz Purifoy, who’s expected to take snaps on both sides of the ball. Muschamp has been pleased to see running backs Matt Jones and Kelvin Taylor both running with a welcomed ferocity, but it should once again be the Florida defensive that steals the show. The Gators’ defense ended last season at No. 5 in total defense (286.7 ypg) and in scoring defense (14.5 ppg), and though they lost key playmakers, promising players like DB Jaylen Watkins, DE Jonathan Bullard, and DE Dante Fowler, Jr., should fill in superbly. And with former UTEP Defensive Coordinator Jeff Choate taking over as special teams coordinator, all three phases look primed to shine.
Florida will kick off the season on Aug. 31 inside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla., where over fans will make “The Swamp” come alive when the Gators take on the Toledo Rockets. From there, the 2013 Florida football schedule doesn’t let up, as the team will travel to play the Miami Hurricanes (Sept. 7), and then start up its pursuit to play in the SEC Championship by taking on the Tennessee Volunteers (Sept. 21). Throughout the rest of the season, fans that purchase Florida football tickets are in store for a gauntlet of stellar matchups, as the Gators will be taking on SEC football juggernauts like the LSU Tigers (Oct. 12), Georgia Bulldogs in "The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party" at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. (Nov. 2), the South Carolina Gamecocks (Nov. 16), and the Florida State Seminoles (Nov. 30).